I know my world is a beautiful bubble, a perfectly round film with rainbow reflections, sparkling brightly in the sunshine of loving kindness. This thin-film contains the breath of life. It is inevitable that one day the bubble will pop. When my bubble bursts, nothing in my world can be destroyed, things can only change form. Will the thin-film of moisture become the dew-drop on a flower glistening in the morning sun of a new day? Our body is made of eighty percent water where will we flow when we go? Life is like a river we can only go with the flow, where it takes us we can never know. The highs are the turbulent rapids; the tranquil reflections in the depths are unfathomable dark pools.
The bubble is the foam, the youthful dance of life, the joyous hops, and other intoxicating trips we may take. It cannot last, it changes with time as gravitation pulls the sagging flesh down towards the depths below. At peace below the wild waves the sediment settles. This life is a cryptic, metaphorical, puny play on words. Life is a puzzling curiosity a driven adventure of discovery, ironically we find it is incomprehensible. So we write our books full of hypotheses on creation theories that cannot be proven. What else can we do but believe our own creations of creators?
The water flowing under the bridge looks the same today as yesterday. It is the same river it has not changed but it is not the same water. The bubble bursts the dew-drop becomes one with the river, as the oneness of our world. Water changes from solid to liquid and to vapor. The sun drives the ocean currents and air flows. Our dust-mite planet revolves in the infinite cosmos.
Our sun turns the water to steam, the cool air turns it back to water. Man consists of mostly water the reminder is made from food we eat. The sun provides the light for plants to grow by transforming compost into life. The plants are food for animal life to grow, mature and die completing the cycle.
We came out of this world naked we will return into this world taking nothing. We own nothing it is all on loan. Everything is interconnected something dies so something may live and to take more than you need to sustain life is wasteful. This is natures impartial law to be in tune with nature is the right way to live.
Without a reliable compass to guide us we sail in hazardous waters. Search for calm waters using whatever guide you find effective and remember there may be more than one path to that peaceful paradise we are all searching for. Be tolerant and respectful of other beliefs and it is possible they will be reciprocal.Add Media